The Chancellor's Spending Review has divided opinion both in Wales and Westminster.
While the Shadow Welsh Secretary says it has "worrying implications" for people here, Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has described it as a "landmark" for Wales.
Mr Crabb has spoken to our Political Editor Adrian Masters about the Review and what it means for us:
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From pensioners to first-time buyers to public sector workers, a rundown of how today's Autumn Statement and Spending Review affect you.
With the Welsh Government expecting major reductions to its spending budget, those working in education are concerned.